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Robert Hill is accused of raping three women who were walking alone—once in North Highlands in April 2013 and twice this year in South Sacramento.
Sgt Ty Conner says the main purpose is patrolling and preserving hundreds of miles of hard-to-access trails in the county—something they can’t do with regular SUVs.
Kreig Moore’s tuba was taken back in May, and he got it back last week after getting a phone call from the suspect’s brother.
Investigators say the couple abducted the teenager while he was walking home, and then physically assaulted him after he allegedly hurt the couple’s son.
Several South Stockton residents wonder if their vote really counts. They are voicing their opposition to citywide elections, which allows people who live miles from their neighborhood to elect their district council member.
The fire began burning on July 25 and is currently 65 percent contained. It has destroyed 13 homes and 38 outbuildings and still threatens 500 more structures.
The 200 tons of dirt city leaders dump on the streets for the event ended up burying its fate. That’s because it takes a lot of water to keep the dust down and clean it up afterward—not the best idea during a drought.
A Colusa couple was so upset at a teen who made their child cry, they allegedly kidnapped the teen and tried to force him to apologize.
It’s a fair to remember. Nearby fires and record-high temperatures couldn’t keep California State Fairgoers away as the annual event reached attendance not seen in the last six years.
This year’s Gold Rush Days in Old Sacramento has become a casualty of the drought which has gripped California for a third year.
Branden Gover is ranked 11th in nation in the junior division of trap shooting, but his chances at making the U.S. Olympic team may be shot.